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Simi was born in India and moved to Dallas, TX at the age of 7. Simi is a speaker, author, and full-time physical therapist. Her calling is to the local church and her passion is to equip women to know who they are and live faithfully right where they are....

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  1. Amen, Simi! Our congregation had our annual rallying for ministries cranking back up this fall yesterday. I imagine other congratulations r also. Praying for all of us to seek, know & use the gift we’ve been given! Blessings! (((0)))

  2. Thanks for this Simi. So true and well expressed. Oft people don’t seem to know what their gift is but as a body I think we can help each other see it as it were. May each of us recognise our giftings and as you say see its value in serving here & building the body of Christ.

  3. Thank you for this. As we continue to study gifts and giftings I am coming to realize that many times God may use us in different gifts at different times in our lives, all to serve and bring glory to Him. May we always be open to serving however He wants to use us!

  4. Thank you for this gentle reminder to share what God has gifted us with. I recently experienced a stroke and have been wondering how God can continue to used His gifts in me. It’s evolving and as He reveals His plan, I know it will be all good and to His glory.

    • Every season, there is a gift that the Holy Spirit unveils -sometimes others see it in us before we see it ourselves. But it’s there in you friend!

  5. Simi,

    I am in no way a hoarder & love getting rid of stuff I/we don’t need. It took me a while to figure out my spiritual gift. Now I can’t stop using it. God made me an encourager & helper. Every chance I get you will hear me saying thanks or praying for you. Anything to help encourage & brighten people’s days. Also love volunteering with Loaves & Fishes Food Bank. I’ll do whatever needs to be done. Assist with clothing giveaways & yard sales also. Help out with Recovery Soldiers meals at my church. I, too, want to hear those words “Well done thou good & faithful servant.”

    Blessings 🙂